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Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott (left) and Springfield Chief of Police Paul Williams share the holiday needs of The Salvation Army. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Sheriff and Chief join forces at Evangel to help Salvation Army

SPRINGFIELD, MO — Springfield Chief of Police Paul Williams and Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott joined forces with Evangel University on Friday evening, Dec. 2, in support of the good works of ...

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Luke & Melanie Gibbs with their daughters Cordelia, Elizabeth & Rosalind. // PHOTO BY: Meg White

Gibbs micro-preemie twins featured Saturday on KY3, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel University English professor Dr. Luke Gibbs and his family will be featured on KY3 this Saturday morning (Dec. 3, 2016) from 7 to 8 a.m., on behalf of the ...

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EU Films presents “Veins of Gold” on Dec. 9

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — EU Films will premiere the adventure film Veins of Gold on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016, at 6 and 8 p.m., in Evangel University’s Barnett Fine Arts Auditorium. The showings are ...

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Hundreds of students participate in the Evangel University Christmas Concert. // PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel’s 33rd Annual Christmas Concert to benefit Salvation Army on Dec. 2

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel University Music Ensembles will perform their 33rd Annual Christmas Concert to benefit the Salvation Army on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Robert H. Spence ...

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Evangel University senior Michael Gibson has partnered with Harp Creative to produce Ozarks Big Bite, a new two-minute foodie show that airs on KY3 (NBC) News, Saturday mornings between 7 & 8 a.m. // PHOTO BY: Inner Images Photography

Ozarks Big Bite on KY3 News launched by Evangel University foodie

A version of this feature story (without “What’s next?”) appeared in the Springfield News-Leader on Nov. 11, 2016. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. —  Michael Gibson is a young man with big dreams. He ...

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When the decision was made for Springfield, Missouri to host the O’Reilly General Army Hospital in February 1941, it established an inseparable link between Evangel University and the Springfield community.

Since 1955, Evangel has used its location and purpose to serve the community, while also receiving support for many students and initiatives.

Evangel, located in the heart of Springfield, sits on or near many of the city’s busiest roadways. With such accessibility, Evangel embraces its prominent position as a community landmark.

With immaculate learning and event facilities, Evangel offers the opportunity to host events large and small, which can be booked through Conference Services.

Through a variety of activities and partnerships, Evangel is a vital part of Springfield. Learn more about Evangel’s campus by visiting, or by watching what it has to offer.

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When you're looking for a location to host your next business meeting, training event, or conference, consider Evangel University - a campus of beauty and convenience...

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Community School of Arts

Evangel University Community School of Arts is an outreach of Evangel's Music and Humanities departments, bringing education in the arts to those of all age...

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